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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Correspondence [series]:
 
Subseries Ia: General Correspondence [subseries]:
  1  
A (miscellaneous)
Includes 1 donation envelope; 1 information pamphlet; 1 free gift flyer; 1 addressed and stamped return envelope.

  1  
Amram, David
American composer, musician, conductor, and writer. Amram has composed more than 100 orchestral and chamber music works, and written many scores for Broadway theater and film, including Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie's Pull My Daisy.

  1  
Anderson, Craig
Anderson is the manager of the Strand Rare Book Room. He is the stepson of American playwright Maxwell Anderson

  1  
Auster, Paul
American author. Auster has published poems, essays, novels of his own as well as translations of French writers.

  1  
B (miscellaneous)


  1  
Baron, Richard
Baron is a photographer and collaborated on a book with Janet Hamill.

  1  
Benedict, Dorothy


  1  
Bertei, Adele
Musician and performer, best known for being a member of the seminal New York No Wave band The Contortions and part of the early all-girl band The Bloods. Had roles in many New York Underground films and is also known for her work as a backup singer. She and Janet are longtime friends and performed together in the past

  1  
Blagg, Max
Poet and performer, he and Janet had numerous readings together

  1  
BOMB Magazine
  1  
C (miscellaneous)
  1  
Cafe Review, The
  1  
Carb, Nathan
Former Janet English professor and chair of English Department at Rowan University.

  1  
Carter, Charlotte


  1  
Caruso, Joseph


  1  
Chalifoux, Kristine


  1  
Cherry, Amy
Cherry was the editor at Norton for the never realized Eternal Cafe, a collaboration between Janet and Paula Smith

  1  
Chester, Laura
Writer, editor, poet.

  1  
City Lights Booksellers and Publishers


  1  
Codrescu, Andrei


  1  
Colon, Frank


  1  
Colorado North Review


  1  
Contact II


  1  
Cuyler, Susanna


  1  
Cress, Cathy
Cathy Cress attended Glassboro State College with Janet and was the editor of the college newspaper. She has an MSW in aging and is an expert on geriatric care.

  1  
Csida, Joe and June Bundy


  1  
Csida, Joe


  1  
DeRugeris, CK
DeRugeris attended Glassboro State College with Janet. He is a poet and author of speculative fiction

  1  
Dun and Bradstreet
Includes photocopy of article by Janet's father

  1  
E (miscellaneous)


  1  
Educational Alliance, The


  1  
Ehrman, Sally


  1  
Equator Books


  1  
F (miscellaneous)


  1  
Foye, Raymond
Hanuman Books publisher.

  1  
G (miscellaneous)


  1  
Grad, Wendy


  1  
H (miscellaneous)


  1  
Hamill, Bryan


  1  
Hamill, Janet
Janet's sister-in-law.

  1  
Hamill, Judy
Janet's sister.

  1  
Hamill, Trid
Janet's sister.

  1  
Holman, Bob
Holman was instrumental in the reopening of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe and founded the Bowery Poetry Club.

  1  
Howe, Fanny


  1  
Hudson, Patti
Photographer and artist. Hudson is a longtime friend of both Patti Smith and Janet.

  1  
I (miscellaneous)


  1  
Indiana, Gary


  1  
J (miscellaneous)


  1  
Junes, P.


  1  
K (miscellaneous)


  1  
Kozik, Adam


  1  
Konglomerati Press


  1  
Kraman, Cynthia


  1  
Kruger, Barbara
Barbara Kruger is a well-known conceptual artist and was friends with JH throughout the 70's. They were introduced to each other by Ken Tisa.

  1  
L (miscellaneous)


  1  
Lance, Jeanne


  1  
Lewis, Sandy and Joel


  1  
Library of Congress


  1  
Linn, Judy


  1  
Long Shot Productions


  1  
M (miscellaneous)


  1  
Mechem, James


  1  
Morrissey, Mike
Including cards.

  1  
Muraskiewicz, Gregory


  1  
N (miscellaneous)


  1  
National Endowment for the Arts


  1  
New Wilderness Foundation Inc., The


  2  
O (miscellaneous)


  2  
Okulski, Gloryia
Gloryia Okulski was an inspirational English teacher during JH's junior year of high school. Janet considers her responsible for her being a poet

  2  
Orange County Community College


  2  
Orr, Denie


  2  
Owen, Maureen
American poet, publisher and editor. Owen was co-director of the St. Mark's Poetry Project in New York City. She is the editor and publisher of Telephone Books and has published two of JH's books.

  2  
P (miscellaneous)


  2  
Padgett, Ron


  2  
Peabody, Richard


  2  
Perlman, John


  2  
Poetry Project, The


  2  
Poets and Writers, Inc.


  2  
Poets House


  2  
R (miscellaneous)


  2  
Rothenberg, Jerome


  2  
Rowan University


  2  
Rowoholt


  2  
S (miscellaneous)


  2  
Schneider, Gail


  2  
Singh, Ravi
Includes "The New Romantics--A Manifesto."

  2  
Stablein, Marilyn


  2  
Tart, Indrek


  2  
Tisa, Ken
An artist and early friend of Janet and Patti Smith. He has also collaborated with poets Max Blagg and Kenward Elmslie.

  2  
Torsello, Bob
Played bass in Janet's band.

  2  
Traester, Mary C.


  2  
UR Vox


  2  
W (miscellaneous)


  2  
Waldman, Anne


  2  
Weiss, Joanne


  2  
Weissner, Carl


  2  
Winokur, Neil and Anne Umland


  2  
Wolfe, Edward
Janet's former English professor and friend.

 
Subseries Ib: Publishing Correspondence [subseries]:
  2  
A-G


  2  
H-Z


 
Subseries Ic: Miscellaneous Correspondence [subseries]:
  2  
Miscellaneous


 
Series II: Writings by Janet Hamill [series]:
 
Subseries IIa: Books [subseries]:
  2  
Body of Water
Proofs with corrections

  2  
Body of Water
Bowery Books, related correspondence, publishing information, photographs, promotional material, guest book

  2  
The Enigma of Buster Keaton
Self-published chapbook

  2  
Lost Ceilings
Two copies of the manuscript

  2  
Lost Ceilings
Emails, notebooks, photographs

  2  
Lost Ceilings
Composition notebook, small journal

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
Correspondence, including Ocean View Books

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
Art boards

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
Final proof

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
MS drafts

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
Notes and notebooks

  3  
Nostaligia of the Infinite
Book copies

  2  
Pleiades
Self-published chapbook and front layout and artwork

  2  
The Temple
Telephone books, transcripts, manuscript pages, copies of manuscript, book mock-up, photographs, certificate of copyright registration

  2  
Troublante, written under Juan Hamill
Letterpress printed in an edition of 100 by Oliphant Press

 
Subseries IIb: Broadsides [subseries]:
  2  
"The Big Sleep", written under Juan Hamill
2 copies of the broadside. 1 copy has the name "Juan" crossed out and replaced by "Janet." Also included is the layout, with original artwork, for the broadside.

  2  
"Byron's Time Sheet"
Signed, no. 3 of 50

  2  
The Departure of the Argonauts
Broadside and layout.

  2  
"From 'The Book of Marvels'", written under Juan Hamill
No. 47. Also included is the layout, with original artwork, for the broadside.

  2  
"Madame Bogart's Arts of Animal Ecstasy", written under Juan Hamill
Signed, no. 99. Also included is the layout for the broadside.

  4  
"Mme. Bogart", written under Juan Hamill
Also included is the layout, with original artwork, for the broadside.

  4  
"Requiem"
No. 84

  3  
"Subterraneous"
No. 102

  3  
"The Water Tower"


 
Subseries IIc: Avant [subseries]:
  3  
Avant
6 issues. Glassboro State College literary magazine. Both Patti (Patricia) Smith and Janet Hamill were on the Avant staff. It served as an early area over which the two bonded. Work by JH, but not PS, appears in several of these issues.

 
Subseries IId: Other Material [subseries]:
  3  
Other material
Assorted poetry manuscripts, "Delouz Entago", drafts, "A Poem for All Seasons", handwritten lists.

  4  
Other material


 
Subseries IIe: Other Publications [subseries]:
  3  
Publications
Folder with assorted items, including: proofs for "The Birds of the Air" included in the Gary Indiana anthology Living with the Animals, also included is some correspondence with Indiana and the book's editor; tear sheet from Kansas Quarterly; and items related to Janet's contribution to More Reflections on the Meaning of Life.

 
Subseries IIf: Other Material on Janet Hamill [subseries]:
  3  
Materials
Assorted newspapers, writings and a student paper on JH.

 
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Series III: Announcements for Performances/Readings and Related Material [series]:
  3  
United Kingdom Trip
Assorted materials, including correspondence, books, brochures, receipts, and travel material related to Janet's trip to the UK to present a reading and workshop, also included is some correspondence related to Janet's UK trip to participate in the Latitude Festival.

  3  
Rubber Stamps
3 rubber stamps used for flyers and announcement cards, including readings at The Poetry Project 1978? and a reading with Max Blagg at the Ear Inn.

  4  
Subject to Fits Reading
8 ½ x 14 inch poster for JH reading with Max Blagg at St. Marks Church. The poster has poems by both Blagg and JH. Also included is the layout, with original artwork by Kenneth Tisa.

  4  
Today's Radio reading
8 ½ by 14 inch poster for reading by Juan Hamill (JH's nom de plume) at 41 Worth Street. The poster has a poem by JH. Also included is the layout, with original artwork by Kenneth Tisa.

  4  
Ear Inn reading with Ravi Singh
Postcard, source material and layout for the postcard.

  4  
Short Pieces: Electric Music, Performance, Film
JH performed as "Janet H." at 33 Grand Street. Other performers, included Laurie Anderson, Adele Bertei, Rhys Chatham, Glenn Branca, John Lurie, Jeffrey Lohn, and others.

  4  
Eggs over Dresden reading
2 9 x 14 inch posters for reading that also included Maxwell Blagg, David Matlin, and others. On the verso of one of the posters is a manuscript, with corrections, of JH poem "The Two Yellow Pills."

  4  
The Arousing Word
Small flyer for a reading that included Juan Hamill (JH's nom de plume) at A.I.R. Gallery. Also included is the layout with original artwork for the flyer.

  4  
After 1980!
Flyer and original artwork for JH reading with Adele Bertei and Max Blagg at the Mud[d Club].

  4  
Hudson Valley Poets Fest
Flyer for the festival in which JH participated. There is also correspondence concerning a possible JH reading at the Strand Bookstore.

  4  
Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center
2 flyers for JH and Moving Star's performance as part of Whitman Sunday at the Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, Camden N.J. There is also some correspondence concerning the event.

  4  
People's Poetry Gathering
Schedule and poster for the event, Mar 30 - Apr 1, 2001. Patti Smith and her Band played with JH and Moving Star. The Gathering featured Stanley Kunitz, John Ashbery, Brenda Hillman, Galway Kinnell, and many others.

  4  
Oh My God! Festival
JH participated in this Rededication of The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Devine. Folder includes invitation to the event, correspondence, stage pass, t-shirt, and other items. Other participants included, among many, Mike Albo, Samantha Jones, and Jayne Cortez.

  4  
Word: The Jay Liveson Memorial Poetry and Music Festival
JH participated in this festival presented by Exoterica and The College of Mount Saint Vincent (Bronx, N.Y). Folder includes flyer and card for the event, correspondence and program. Other participants included, among many, Billy Collins, Jim Carroll, Richard Hell, Edwin Torres, and Big Youth.

  4  
A Poet Paints: A One Woman Show
Flyer, publicity photo, statement, checklist (with prices), and press coverage of JH solo exhibition of her paintings.

  4  
Cards and small items.
Approximately 30 assorted items for JH readings and performances, including: participation in Stan Vanderbeek's New Wilderness event "Dream Fest" , Sep 17, 1979; reading with Ed Friedman at the Zu; "All Hallow's Eve" reading with Annabel Levitt at St. Mark's Church; reading with Maureen Owen at the Ear Inn; reading with Jack Collom at St. Mark's Church; reading (as Juan Hamill) with Barbara Kruger at Artists Space; and programs from The Poetry Project's Annual New Year's Day Marathon Reading.

  4  
8 ½ x 11 inch items
Approximately 50 assorted items, primarily flyers and "set lists" for JH readings and performances, including: participation in "Greatest Hits 60 Poets: 60 Poems All-Star Benefit" for NYC Poetry Calendar at Environ ; original artwork for flyer for "Ladies Choice" reading with Ann Powell and Ruth Kligman at 11 West 20; items related to participation in "Praise Day for Philip Lamatia! 'Becoming Visible'"; readings 17 at the 9th Precinct Gallery, ABC NO RIO and the Figaro Cafe; and flyer and program for "Jet of Blood" directed by Bob Holman at Ward Nasse Gallery.

  4  
8 ½ x 14 inch posters
8 items, including posters announcing: The Poetry Project Valentine's Day Reading, 1988 ; Rose Drachler Memorial Reading, 1983, and "Poems at the 9th Precinct Gallery".

  4  
Larger posters and programs
15 items, including posters announcing: The Poets Theatre and The Poetry Project's Annual New Year's Day Marathon Reading. Programs include the program for "Patti Smith's Meltdown," London, 2005 at which JH also performed. Also: posters for "The Blank Generation and Beyond," grand opening of the Pioneer Theater, New York.

  Mapcase  
The Poets Theatre and Kerouac posters


 
Series IV: Photographs [series]:
  4  
Morocco polaroids
20 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ inch black and white Polaroid photographs taken by JH on her Moroccan trip.

  4  
Morocco photographs taken by Neil Winokur
6 black and white photographs, of assorted sizes, of Morocco and JH in Morocco. There are also copy negatives for one of the photographs and a contact sheet of the negatives.

  4  
Brion Gysin and Adele Bertei at the Nova Convention
8 x 10 inch black and white photograph by Marcia Resnick.

  4  
Sun Dance Pledgers - Cheyenne,
8 x 10 inch copy photograph from the Museum of Natural History.

  4  
Death Valley Landscapes
3 8 x 10 inch black and white photographs by Neil Winokur.

  4  
Road trip
38 2 ¾ x 3 ½ inch photographs of JH and friends on a road trip.

  4  
Assorted snapshots
13 small black and white and color photographs of various sizes, including travel shots of JH and friends, 72 color snapshots including many photos of JH artwork, 44 black and white snapshots, largely of JH's home studio, Approx. 10 photographs of various sizes, including publicity photos.

  4  
Curtained object


  11  
Portrait of Janet Hamill
11 x 14 inch black and white photograph. Signed by the photographer Judy Linn on verso.

 
Series V: Audio and Visual items [series]:
  4  
Flying Nowhere (CD-1820)


  4  
Genie of the Alphabet (CD-1821)


  4  
Janet Hamill CAPS audio CD (CD-1822)


  4  
Bryan's Genie of the Alphabet visuals (CD-1823)


  6  
Moving Star (CD-1824)


  6  
Flying Nowhere (CD-1825)


  6  
Spoken Words live, Patti Smith group live, Moving Star live (CD-1826-1827)


  6  
Democracy Now! live, The Poetry Project live, the Poetry Project's 28th Annual New Year's Day Reading, Moving Star (CD-1828-1829)


  6  
Janet music, Moving Star (CD-1830-1832)


  6  
Moving Star, mixes, Spellbound (CD-1833-1838)


  4  
JH reading at Stockton State College, shot by Joel Sternfeld, ½ inch video (F-473)


  6  
Cable 6 News OCCC (V-6262)


  6  
Cyber Forest, Janet Hamill with Shrubs (V-6263)


  6  
Resist to be with the living (V-6264)


  6  
Janet Hamill and Moving Star (V-6265)


  6  
Patti Smith, Janet Hamill, Oliver Ray (V-6266)


  4  
2 cassette tapes of JH reading, one marked St. Marks. (TR-9338-9339)


  7  
Janet Hamill, Moving Star (TR-9340)


  7  
Janet Hamill with Bob Torsello and Jay LoRubbio (TR-9341)


  7  
The Poetry Project live (TR-9342)


  7  
Janet Hamill, Moving Star (TR-9343-9344)


  7  
Janet Hamill with Shrubs (TR-9345-9346)


  7  
Moving Star (TR-9347)


  7  
Moving Star demo (TR-9348)


  7  
Rube- Time Passages (TR-9349)


  7  
Janet Hamill mix tapes (TR-9350-9351)


  7  
Janet Hamill and Moving Star (TR-9352-9353)


  7  
Janet Hamill, Moving Star, Patti Smith rough mixes (TR-9354-9355)


  7  
Moving Star pre-production (TR-9356)


  7  
Janet Hamill and Moving Star (TR-9357-9359)


 
Series VI: Journals, Diaries and Notebooks [series]:
  4  
Notebook: Temple of Destruction, Mme. Bogart


  4  
Two composition notebooks


  5  
Composition notebook, Csida


  5  
Seven diaries


  5  
Trip book


  5  
Histoire notebook


  5  
Three notebooks


  5  
Notebook and correspondence


  5  
Five notebooks


  5  
Notebook with sketches from Ken Tisa


  5  
Eight notebooks
Includes notes on Subterraneous, Trans Atlantic and the Other Side, Seven Veils, Spell Bound, Flying Nowhere and Millennium

  5  
Nine Notebooks


  6  
Notebook with correspondence, photographs, and clippings


  6  
Aerial services notebook


  6  
Three notebooks


 
Series VII: Moving Star [series]:
  6  
Newspapers


  6  
Two T-shirts


  6  
Photographs


  7  
Janet Hamill and Moving Star flyers


  7  
CD materials


  7  
Bio


  7  
Tape artwork


  7  
Set lists


  7  
Flyers


  7  
Press


  7  
Photographs


  7  
Notebook, name tag


 
Series VIII: Personal Effects and Miscellaneous Items [series]:
  7  
Mercury Records contract and correspondence


  7  
BMI correspondence and records


  7  
Bug Music


  7  
ASCAP materials


  7  
Record budget


  7  
AFTRA membership


  7  
Goshen Public Library materials


  7  
Application


  7  
Independent Republican newspapers


  7  
Goshen Public Library Poetry materials, including photographs


  7  
Visiting Poetry Project


  8  
Wedding cards


  8  
Miscellaneous, including stamp


  8  
Newsletters and papers


 
Series IX: Artwork by others [series]:
  8  
Benowitz print


  11  
Ken Tisa
3 original ink drawings, signed by the artist. Sizes vary, approx.5 ½ x 7 inches. 1 print of one of the ink drawings, 8 ½ x 11 inches. Color drawing of a pyramid shape with collaged color snapshot of pink pelicans, titled "Paradise." Signed and inscribed by the artist, approx. 8 x 11 inches

  12  
Joel Sternfeld "Bar/Man in Hat/Young Girl's Hair"
Color photograph of inside a bar in the "Deep South", 15 ¾ x 11 ½ inches in a 20 x 16 inch mat. Both the photo and mat are soiled. Signed by the artist.

  12  
Maureen Owen
"reading moonlight or reading on the moon" broadside, signed and inscribed by the poet, 12 x 16 inches.

 
Series X: Patti Smith [series]:
 
Subseries Xa: Correspondence with Janet Hamill [subseries]:
  8  
Miscellaneous correspondence and photographs


  8  
Manuscript Music book
Written on cover: "Featuring old correspondence Note: new correspondence can be designated by blue fountain pen," return address at the Hotel Chelsea, and "Patricia L Smith." There are also several stickers on the cover. Inside are handwritten poems, thoughts, songs, and lists written to JH. Items laid in at different pages include: two poems, "exclusive pix of Howie [Howard Michaels]," ad for Jesse Winchester album, and clipping of James Dean on newsprint.

  8  
Correspondence
Includes photographs, poems, and a lock of Janet's brother's hair.

  8  
Flyer for Gerard Malanga and Smith reading


  8  
Letter on stationary from the White House, London


  8  
Piece of cloth with "Chelsea" written on it with envelope


  8  
Clipping from The Herald on Female Super 8


  8  
Letter


  8  
Letter
Written on the back of the typescript of "Piano," a Smith poem, with some handwriting also on it. The envelope has a sticker of a duck.

  8  
Letters
Written on the back of a photocopy of the corrected cover layout for PS's Witt, published by Gotham Book Mart, 1973. There is also some writing on the photocopy.

  8  
Letter
Written on "Correograma" stationery and sent from Mexico.

  8  
Letters


  8  
Letters
Includes a Polaroid photograph of Janet

  8  
Letters
With photograph of "Smith Kitchen"

  8  
Letters and Christmas Card
With photograph of Smith children.

  8  
Letters
Many include children's scribbles.

  8  
Letters
"Gale" manuscript, clippings from papers.

  8  
Letters
With manuscript of "February Snow".

  8  
Letters
With manuscript of "The Coral Sea" and "The Writer's Song"

  8  
Letters
2 copies of the Memorial Service announcement card for Fred "Sonic" Smith,and 2 copies of the Mariners' Church of Detroit Memorial Service program. Includes some photographs.

  8  
Letter
With memorial cards.

  8  
Napkin with note to Joe Csida


  8  
Letters


  8  
Letter


  8  
Woolgathering


  8  
Letters
Includes laminated memorial card for Beverly Williams Smith, PS's mother; black ribbon; and folded memorial card.

  8  
Correspondence
Manuscripts of poems that became Auguries of Innocence, 2005, 53 pp. Many corrections, in the hand of JH, throughout.

  8  
Miscellaneous


 
Subseries Xb: Photographs of Patti Smith [subseries]:
  8  
Photographs


  8  
Photographs


 
Subseries Xc: Artwork by Patti Smith [subseries]:
  8  
Photographs, some for Body of Water
A 4 7/8 x 7 ½ inch wood (cigar?) box that PS created after visiting Federico García Lorca's niece and handling an "original" copy of Poeta en Nueva York. PS presented the box to JH. It contains items that she brought back from Spain and includes: linen gloves that PS wore while handling the García Lorca manuscript, an unburned votive candle; a dried flower; a picture of García Lorca; a paper lace doily; a British pound coin; a Spanish postcard from 1903 of an unidentified woman; and a slip of paper with "Octubre 2007" printed on it.

  8  
"Lorca Box"


 
Subseries Xd: Just Kids Manuscripts and Notes [subseries]:
  9  
Early handwritten notes
Inserted in back of pad is handwritten manuscript on notebook graph paper of the poem "Wild Leaves" that appears only in the paperback edition of Just Kids. Also inserted in back are a color photocopy of six SX-70 photographs of Jesse Smith (?) in a graveyard with Smith family gravestones and a photocopy from parts of a Los Angeles Times article about Robert Mapplethorpe's artwork.

  9  
Handwritten notes on graph paper
Including chronologies, journal entries, letters (never sent), dreams and poems.

  9  
Notes for Monday's Children


  9  
Outline Monday's Children


  9  
Original manuscript with handwritten notes


  9  
Monday's Children notes
Notes, questions, suggestions for sections and areas needing to be developed, including tone and focus of the book. Also noted are new sections, additional writing and other changes that have been done to the manuscript.

  9  
Manuscript copies


  9  
Outline Monday's Children


  9  
Bound manuscript


  9  
Emails and manuscripts


  9  
Notes and drafts


  9  
Picturing Robert manuscripts with notes


  9  
Letters to Betsy Lerner


  9  
"Monday's Children" notes


  9  
Notes


  9  
"Just Kids" notes


  9  
Hotel Chelsea folder with typed manuscript pages


  9  
"Separate Ways Together" with notes and writings


  9  
Typed manuscripts


  9  
Floppy disk of stories


 
Subseries Xe: Assorted Materials [subseries]:
  9  
"East Side Sutra: View from a Window", The Press
A complete issue of The Press, a monthly New York City newspaper. It contains a section "The East Village: The Pangs of Rebirth," with this Patti Smith contributed article.

  9  
"Return of Patti Smith", The Press
With an issue of Vanity Fair

  11  
"Return of Patti Smith", The Village Voice


  9  
Clarinet reed
Smith's reed from when she played with JH and Moving Star

  9  
"A Pythagorean Traveler" exhibition
Announcement card for Patti Smith solo exhibition at the Robert Miller Gallery. The exhibition included recent photographs as well as an installation piece, a composite of objects, drawings, and a vintage silk cloth inscribed by the arti

  9  
Just Kids excerpt in Rolling Stone


  9  
Forward to Nostalgia of the Infinite


  10  
Postcard of Jean-Paul Belmondo sent to Janet Hamill


  10  
Photograph of Hamill and Smith taken at the Village Gate


  12  
Framed self-portrait of Smith and Hamill
. Drawing with colored pencil of PS with JH, 1966. This was made while JH was living with PS's family. It is inscribed by PS: "Chaps, ltd. 1966. With love to Chaps." According to JH, this drawing had been in the possession of Robert Mapplethorpe for over twenty years. It was given back to PS, by his estate, after his death. PS later gave the drawing to JH. 10 x 13 drawing in 19 x 23 inch frame.

 
Subseries Xf: Robert Mapplethorpe [subseries]:
  9  
Invitation to gallery opening Untitled


  9  
Memorial card with Patti Smith poem


  9  
List of speakers at Mapplethorpe memorial


  9  
Invitation to a ceremony commemorating the anniversary of Mapplethorpe's cancelled exhibit


 
Subseries Xg: Performances and Events with Patti Smith and Janet Hamill [subseries]:
  9  
Cutty Sark Hart Crane handbill
Handbill, for a reading with Anne Powell, Juan Hamill (Janet Hamill) and Patti Smith at the Razor Gallery. Also included is the original collage artwork for the handbill.

  9  
Summerstage
JH read her poems as the opening act for Patti Smith's Central Park Summerstage appearance. Included are: an artist's agreement, posters, t-shirt, Neil Strauss's New York Times review, clippings, and poems with handwritten notes that JH read.

  9  
Art Show and Poetry Reading
JH and Patti Smith were brought to Boston by their old friend Patti Hudson. This was Smith's first Boston appearance in 16 years. They did an evening of readings together and had an exhibition. Smith showed Polaroids at the Art Market Gallery, and JH showed her watercolors. Included are: publicity around the events, some correspondence and a t-shirt made for the event.

  9  
Liss Ard Festival, Co. Cork, Ireland
Patti Smith was the festival's first director in 1997. JH participated in the festival and did several readings, including a reading with Patti Smith and Nick Cave. Includes: photographs of the event (approx 70 color snapshots and 11 8 x 10 inch black and white photographs); itinerary; correspondence; tshirts; "The Gardens Voice: Liss Ard 97", and press folder.

  Mapcase  
Liss Ard poster


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People's Poetry Gathering
JH and Moving Star opened for Patti Smith and her Band. Includes: participant badge; letter of agreement; some correspondence; and programs for the event.

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Strange Messenger, opening party and reading


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Warhol Museum Performance
Flyer for JH and Moving Star performance at the Warhol Museum. At the time "Strange Messenger: The Art of Patti Smith" was on also display at the Museum. Also included in the folder is JH agreement with the Museum, correspondence and other items.

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Meltdown festival
The 2005 Meltdown was directed by Patti Smith. She performed along with many others, including JH, Antony and the Johnsons, Beth Orton, Billy Bragg, Cat Power, Joanna Newsom, John Cale, Lenny Kaye, Martha Wainwright, Marc Almond, Richard Hell, Roy Harper, Sinead O'Connor, Television, and Yoko Ono. JH performed with John Giorno and also discussed her work with Smith. Included are: the event's program, stage pass, correspondence, letter of agreement, publicity, and 2 handwritten manuscripts in JH's hand.

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Summerstage
JH and Moving Star were the opening act for Patti Smith's 2005 Central Park Summerstage appearance. Included are: stage pass, correspondence, set list and 34 snapshots of the event.

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Latitude Festival
Both Patti Smith and JH performed at the first annual Latitude Festival. Included are a UK newspaper with an article about the festival and 2 performer wristbands.

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An Intimate Evening with Patti Smith and Janet Hamill
Both Smith and JH attended Rowan when it was named Glassboro State College. Included are: program, set list, press release, and photocopies of snapshots.

 
Subseries Xh: Audio Material [subseries]:
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"Horses" vinyl record
Arista Records, Test Pressing, Demonstration Copy, Not for Sale. From the Wartoke Concern, Inc

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"Horses" vinyl record
Arista Records; initial release without sleeve. From the Wartoke Concern, Inc

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"Radio Ethiopia" vinyl record
Arista Records, Promotional Copy, Not for Sale. From the Wartoke Concern, Inc

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Test pressing for Velvet Underground album "The Velvet Underground and Nico"
From the Wartoke Concern, Inc

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"Radio Ethiopia" vinyl record
Arista Records, Demonstration Copy, Not for Sale; in original sleeve; cover photo by Judy Linn. Liner notes signed and dated by Patti Smith.

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"Easter" vinyl record
Arista Records, original release in original sleeve; not inscribed; cover photo by Lynn Goldsmith. Liner notes signed by PS and also with the mark of a cross in her hand.

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"People Have the Power" vinyl record
Arista Records, loaned for promotion only, not for sale; in original sleeve; not inscribed; cover photo by Robert Mapplethorpe.

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"Dream of Life" vinyl record
Arista Records; original release in original sleeve; not inscribed; cover photo by Robert Mapplethorpe.

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"Hey Joe/Piss Factory" 45
Sire Records, Special Collector's Edition; sleeve only; inscribed; cover photo Sandy Daley.

 
Subseries Xi: Posters and Broadsides [subseries]:
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Patti Smith "Poetry and Music"
With Janet Hamill, Lenny Kaye, and Kimberly Smith, signed by all of the performers, 14 x 22 inches.

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Poster
Patti Smith and Special Guests, Nick Cave, Donal Dineen, David Gray, Janet Hamill, Ron Sexsmith, Liss Ard Festival, Co. Cork, Ireland, Sep 3 - 7, 1997, 33 x 23 ½ inches.

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"Ps/alm revisited for William Burroughs"
Letterpress printed by Leslie Miller at The Grenfell Press for Hanuman Books, 12 ½ x 15 inches.

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"A Small Entreaty"
Letterpress printed by Leslie Miller at The Grenfell Press for Hanuman Books.

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